Messenger - Vol. 1, No. 3, Page 15 Spring 1992 Images of women To celebrate Women's History Month in March, Alyn Fenn (left) and Mary Ann Bucklin, graduate students in art, created a walk-through sensory exhibit they call "The Remembering Cave." The cave's papier-mache walls are painted with representations of female dieties, symbols and quotations by famous women from Eastern and Western civilizations. Music by women performers, from traditional Japanese folk singers to American blues artist Bessie Smith, is interspersed with a heartbeat and poetry readings from the works of ancient and contemporary women writers. "It's been a trip," says Fenn. "As we researched the lives of women, many of whom we had never heard of, it breathed life into women's history and reinforced my values."